North Asia, geographically, is a subregion of Asia; however, because it was colonised and incorporated into Russia, it is culturally and politically a part of Europe. European cultural influences, specifically Russian , are predominant in the entire region, due to it experiencing Russian emigration from Europe starting from the 18th century. 
- 13,100,000 km² (5,100,000 sq mi)
- 33,765,005 (2017)
In 2015, approximately 40% of the francophone population (including L2 and partial speakers) lived in Europe, 36% in sub-Saharan Africa and the Indian Ocean, 15% in North Africa and the Middle East, 8% in the Americas, and 1% in Asia and Oceania. French is the second most widely spoken mother tongue in the European Union.
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In biogeography, Northeast Asia generally refers roughly to the area spanning Japan, the Korean Peninsula, Northeast China, and the Russian Far East between Lake Baikal in Central Siberia and the Pacific Ocean. Northeast Asia is mainly covered by temperate forest, taiga, and the Eurasian steppe, while tundra is found in the region's far North.
Official website. The first cases of the COVID-19 pandemic were confirmed in North Asia on 31 January 2020. Early prevention measures included restricting the border with China and extensive testing. Later measures included cancelling events, closing schools, theatres and museums, shutting the border, and declaring a non-working period which is ...
As the French empire in North America grew, the French also began to build a smaller but more profitable empire in the West Indies.Settlement along the South American coast in what is today French Guiana began in 1624, and a colony was founded on Saint Kitts in 1625 (the island had to be shared with the English until the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, when it was ceded outright).